Donald Trump Mocked For Dramatic Tweet About 'A Great And Powerful Plague'

Source: The Inquisitr - View Original Article
Published: May 03, 2020
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100% "And then came a Plague, a great and powerful Plague, and the World was never to be the same again!""
90% "But his plague message gained attention and drew over 37,000 messages in 5 hours.""
84% "Former director of the Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub weighed in as well. Tis the times' plague, when madmen lead the blind, he wrote.""
78% "A short while later, he returned to the topic of his handling of the coronavirus.""
77% "Others called out the president for having belittled the threat of the virus in the United States early on and criticized his administration's response.""
75% "He wrote that he had received intelligence that he was not told until late January about the coronavirus and he banned travel from China ..."
70% "Trump initially sought to downplay the intensity of the situation and told reporters that the virus would likely fade and was contained.""
65% "So you quote scripture when you try to make yourself look good?""

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100% : And then came a Plague, a great and powerful Plague, and the World was never to be the same again!
90% : But his plague message gained attention and drew over 37,000 messages in 5 hours.
84% : But America rose from this death and destruction, always remembering its many lost souls, and the lost souls all over the World, and became greater than ever before!
84% : Former director of the Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub weighed in as well. "Tis the times' plague, when madmen lead the blind," he wrote.
78% : A short while later, he returned to the topic of his handling of the coronavirus.
77% : Others called out the president for having belittled the threat of the virus in the United States early on and criticized his administration's response.
75% : He wrote that he had received intelligence that he was not told until late January about the coronavirus and he banned travel from China shortly after.
70% : Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday morning about the coronavirus pandemic, and social media users were quick to blast the president for the dramatic message. "....
70% : Trump initially sought to downplay the intensity of the situation and told reporters that the virus would likely fade and was contained.
65% : "So you quote scripture when you try to make yourself look good?
60% : Others called out the seemingly biblical nature of the message.
58% : He followed that tweet with one showing groups of boaters on the water with pro-Trump messages and American flags.
58% : Trump declared a national emergency and banned some travel to and from China at the end of January.
57% : Former White House press secretary Joe Lockhart replied, wondering: "Who's writing these for you now...a third grader?"
52% : The president has faced criticism for his early handling of the pandemic, which some argue was too slow and not dramatic enough given the situation.
36% : Trump was active on Twitter on Sunday morning, tweeting out a recent Gallup poll, attacking the media and former President George W. Bush, and retweeting messages from Dan Scovino about being excited to begin holding rallies again.
36% : Stop bastardizing scripture to manipulate people.
30% : He also said that the report he got spoke of COVID-19 in a "non-threatening manner.
25% : He went on to repeat his claim that the travel ban saved tens of thousands of lives and said that the news had reported on the situation inaccurately.
14% : You're trash," wrote Bishop Talbert Swan.
9% : As of this week, over 1.1 million people in the United States have contracted the virus and nearly 68,000 people have died.
3% : You unrepentant, heretical, fake Christian, bigot.

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